In December 2007, Trish Keenan and James Cargill of Broadcast joined Trunk Records impresario Jonny Trunk on his OST Show to play and discuss some of their favorite library and film/TV music. Fascinating selections aside—traces of which can no doubt be heard in Broadcast’s own music—the two-hour program is a wonderful and welcome glimpse at the personalities behind one of the very best groups of the modern era. Re-aired the day after Trish Keenan’s tragic and untimely death in January 2011, the appearance only further adds to Broadcast’s ever-growing legacy, offering up dozens of avenues to explore for fans both new and old. words / k evans

Broadcast :: The OST Radio Show / Air-Date – January, 2011

**playlist/provenance after the jump. . .

Ravi Shankar – “End Titles” (Alice in Wonderland)
Brian Cant & Freddie Phillips – “Mr. Farthing’s Song (The Potter)”
Vladimir Cosma – “Pavane Spatiale”
David Cain – “November”
Piero Umiliani Ed I Suoi Oscillatori – “Marcia Dei Robots”
Claudio Gizzi – “In the Cellars Of The Castle” (Blood for Dracula)
Ravi Shankar – “Lazy Day Croquet” (Alice In Wonderland)
Robert Hall Productions – “Memories Of Spring”
Peter Howell & John Ferdinando – “Setting Sun” (Tomorrow Come Someday)
Robert Hall Productions – “Memories Of Spring”

Daphne Oram – “Adwick High School No. 3”
Peter Howell & John Ferdinando – “A-Sitting On The Gate” (Alice In Wonderland)
Ennio Morricone – “Guerra E Pace Pollo E Brace”
Trio Junior – “Fruscio Di Foglie Verdi”
The Feed-Back – “Quasars”
George Engler – “Ghostly Drumming”
Gerhard Trede & His Electronic Instruments – “Motion Study 4”
Olivier Bernard – “Chateaux”

Peter Howell & John Ferdinando (ome Someday)
Sidney Sager – “Opening Titles” (Children Of The Stones)
Uncredited – “Opening Titles” (The Owl Service)
Daphne Oram – “Incendental Music For Invasion”
Bernard Estardy – “Asiatic Dream”
Ruth White – “Evening Harmony”
Roger Roger – “Sound Industrial N°6”
Uncredited – “Opening Titles” (Loves Of A Blonde)
Luboš Fišer – “The Visit” (Valerie And Her Week Of Wonders)
Brian Cant & Freddie Phillips – “The Gardener”
Piero Umiliani Ed I Suoi Oscillatori – “Antiquariato”

Nino Nardini – “Soleil Rose”
Tom Dissevelt & Kid Baltan – “Whirling”
Ravi Shankar – “Sitting On The Bank” (Alice In Wonderland)
Ravi Shankar – “Down The Rabbit Hole” (Alice In Wonderland)

Related: Broadcast :: Black Session (La Maison de la Radio: Paris, France)

One Response to “Broadcast :: The OST Radio Show / Air-Date – January, 2011”

  1. wish this could be a download. still. un_believably brilliant.

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